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Old 03-27-2005, 08:35 AM   #1
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Unhappy /sbin/adsl-start: line 215: 5543 Terminated $CONNECT "$@" >/dev/null 2>


hello well i've search fro 3 days to have mi adsl usb modem to work i'm almost finish i geuss i only have that last probelm i don't know what im doing wrong but if anyone knows or can help me i really apreciate
please help!
i recompile the kernel-2.6.9-1.667
but the cr32 option wont let me use the M thing....
thanx!


[root@localhost rp-pppoe-3.5]# amstart.sh
>>> Inits Zyxel 630-11 & Asus AAM6000UG <<<

>>> Mounting USB file system...

>>> Removing amedyn driver...

>>> Loading firmware...
Zyxel 630-11 & Asus AAM6000UG microcode upload program. 02/08/2004
Josep Comas <jcomas@gna.es>
Sundar <sundar@cynaptix.biz>
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I found ADSL modem with VendorID = 06b9 & ProductID = a5a5
Loading and sending /usr/sbin/fw-usb.bin...
Firmware is sent!
Waiting ADSL line is up (until -1 seconds)...
.......
ADSL line is up
>>> Loading driver...
FATAL: Module crc32 not found.
Launching driver in normal mode...

/usr/sbin/amload.sh successful
Setting PPP over Ethernet...
>>> Setting PPPoE <<<

>>> Activating send/receive data...
Zxyel 630-11 & Asus AAM6000UG ioctl call. 24/9/2003
Josep Comas <jcomas@gna.es>
Sundar <sundar@cynaptix.biz>
Eduardo Espejo <eespejo@users.sourceforge.net>

I found ADSL modem with VendorID = 06b9 & ProductID = a5a5

>>> Loading br2684 kernel module...

>>> Loading ppp_generic...

>>> Loading br2684ctl...
RFC1483/2684 bridge: Interface "nas0" created sucessfully
RFC1483/2684 bridge: Communicating over ATM 0.1.32, encapsulation: LLC
RFC1483/2684 bridge: Interface configured

>>> Activating interface...
>>> Loading pppd daemon...
/sbin/adsl-start: line 215: 5543 Terminated $CONNECT "$@" >/dev/null 2>&1
[root@localhost rp-pppoe-3.5]#
 
Old 03-27-2005, 09:39 AM   #2
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I think the default is for crc32 to be built into the kernel so the "FATAL: Module crc32 not found" is just a spurious, meaningless error message. I used to get a similar error message that went something like "FATAL: Module pppoatm not found". The reason the module wasn't found was because I'd built it into the kernel. That error message never stopped it connecting. I got rid of the error message by hacking the source of ppp to stop it calling modprobe. I should say I've not got an Asus modem, I use a SpeedTouch, but it's a USB modem and I have connected with pppoe over ATM with it so your story looks familiar. It looks to me like your modem is loading the firmware and br2684ctl is creating the pppoe/atm bridge. The connection is failing at the pppd stage. I've never used roaring penguin pppoe so I may not be much use to you (I use ppp-2.4.3 which comes with the roaring penguin rp-pppoe.so plugin). Check your details in /etc/ppp/peers, /etc/ppp/options, /etc/ppp/chap-secrets and /etc/ppp/pap-secrets. Check you've got quotes " around your username and password. Check you've got the @isp bit on the end of your username (if it's needed)
 
Old 03-27-2005, 10:04 AM   #3
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ok
in in /etc/ppp/peers i got only the file: wvdial
wich has this:
noauth
name wvdial
usepeerdns
-----------------------
in /etc/ppp/options i got:
lock

--------------------------------------

chap screts got this:
# Secrets for authentication using CHAP
# client server secret IP addresses
####### redhat-config-network will overwrite this part!!! (begin) ##########
"root" "ppp0" ""
"root" * ""
####### redhat-config-network will overwrite this part!!! (end) ############
--------------
and pap secrets got this:
# Secrets for authentication using PAP
# client server secret IP addresses
####### redhat-config-network will overwrite this part!!! (begin) ##########
"root" "ppp0" ""
"root" * ""
####### redhat-config-network will overwrite this part!!! (end) ############
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

than my friend
 
Old 03-27-2005, 10:38 AM   #4
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also i don't know one thing but...
the settings for my country which is panama in central america... are

RFC1483
VPI 1
VCI 2

The framing type is: LLC

And the mode is: Bridget
 
  


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